César Orozco is set to bring down the house with Guataca Nights in a show debuting his recently-released CD No Limits for Tumbao

Musical genres such as el changüi, negron and joropo
merge to produce an extraordinary musical experience

New York, September 11, 2015. Piano virtuoso Cesar Orozco takes the stage with Guataca Nights to present his latest CD, highlighting the groundbreaking sound of his Caribbean tumbao at Subrosa (from the proprietors of the Blue Note), on Tuesday, September 29 at  8pm. In his new CD, No Limits for TumbaoCésar Orozco steps outside the boundaries of the traditional tumbao rhythm and creates an unparalleled and authentic melody where pionero, World Music and interwined, adding to the intricate and complex layers of the New Sounds of Venezuelan Music.

Coming five year after his hit CD, Orozcojam (Guataca) the much-anticipated No Limits for Tumbao was launched by Alfi Records. Incorporating rhythms that define César Orozco’s musical identity (Venezuelan, Cuban and Jazz), he presents the powerful relationship between el tumbao and Latin music, demonstrating that it represents what swing is to jazz. With this premise, musical genres such as changüi, nengon and joropo meld to create a rhythm incomparable in the Latin music realm. Paquito D’Rivera, Pedrito Martínez, Gary Thomas and Venezuelans Linda Briceño, Luisito y Vladimir Quintero and others contributed to this illustrious recording.

César Orozco (piano and keyboard) will be joined by Rodner Padilla (bass), Pablo Bencid (battery), Francisco Vielma (drums), Roman Filiu (alto and soprano sax) for a night in which el tumbao and the Caribbean flare is set to captivate and mesmerize at Subrosa.